Thigh-High Velvet Boots, A 400-Hour Dress & More Fashion Moments From Little Women’s Red Carpet

It’s not easy to walk through the MoMA and actually upstage the art, but if anybody was going to do it, it would be the cast of Greta Gerwig’s Little Women. The long-awaited film stars some of today’s most acclaimed actors—from Golden Globe winner Saoirse Ronan to Meryl Streep (no introduction necessary). And while we’re twiddling our thumbs waiting for the modern remake come December 25th, right now, it’s not the movie that we’re talking and Tweeting about: No, today all eyes are on the spectacular outfits the cast wore to celebrate this weekend’s New York City premiere.

Emma Watson, for one, stunned in a pair of thigh-high velvet boots and a Balenciaga gown. Up-and-comer Florence Pugh highlighted Pantone’s Color of the Year in a draped mini dress courtesy of Maison Valentino. Eliza Scanlen wore Khaite; Laura Dern wore Ralph Lauren; and tomboy Jo, or rather, Saoirse Ronan, cleaned up nicely in Gucci. The film’s director and writer, Greta Gerwig, wore an Oscar de la Renta gown that’s rumored to have taken over 400 hours to perfect — too bad it took a fraction of that time for Timothée Chalamet to photo bomb nearly every shot taken of it throughout the night (while wearing custom Alexander McQueen). 

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With all that being said, if Little Women’s even half as good as the red carpet looks we saw on Saturday night, we can surely expect a successful (and fashion-filled) award season ahead.

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Emma Watson in Balenciaga


Unlike Meg March, Emma Watson isn't afraid to take risks in the style department. Case in point: Her oh-so-casual velvet thigh-high boots, which she tucked her Balenciaga dress into at the last second.
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Saoirse Ronan in Gucci


Ever since Saoirse Ronan donned a royal-worthy Gucci gown to the 2019 Met Gala, we've been smitten with the concept of her and Alessandro Michele in cahoots.
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Timothée Chalamet in Alexander McQueen


Admittedly, we'd probably stan just about anything that Timothée Chalamet dares to wear on the red carpet. But for some reason, this Alexander McQueen vested ‘fit seems particularly swoon-worthy.
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Florence Pugh in Valentino


Florence Pugh took a cue from Amy March with this Parisian work of art à la Valentino.
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Eliza Scanlen in Khaite


Eliza Scanlen is a literal angel in this high-necked white gown by New York-based label, Khaite.
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Greta Gerwig in Oscar de la Renta


Oscar de la Renta gave Greta Gerwig the royal treatment, with the atelier spending over 400 hours to create this gown (casual).
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Laura Dern in Ralph Lauren


Laura Dern proves in Little Women that she can, indeed, not be rich. But when she stepped onto Saturday's red carpet in head-to-toe Ralph Lauren, we couldn't help but be reminded of Renata Klein's expensive sense of style.
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Sasha Frolova in Paco Rabanne


Sasha Frolova's role as Mrs. Hummel might not have been quite as forward-facing as say, Saoirse Ronan's part, but that didn't stop her from showing up to the premiere this weekend in one of the night's best, most fashion-forward looks.
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